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Cannot go 'back' to "View unanswered posts".

Post by Spiral Out » September 7th, 2013, 8:45 am

I was looking at various posts in the "View unanswered posts" section and I found that I couldn't use the "back" function of my browser (Safari) to revert to the previous index page. I had use the "Forum Home" button to go through the home page to get back to the "View unanswered posts" section.
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Re: Cannot go 'back' to "View unanswered posts".

Post by Scott » September 10th, 2013, 6:30 pm

What happened why you tried clicking back?
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Re: Cannot go 'back' to "View unanswered posts".

Post by Spiral Out » September 11th, 2013, 6:10 am

Using the back button in the browser just made it lock up, but when I clicked on the Forum Home button it went right to the forum. Then I was able to get to the View unanswered posts forum from there. It could be a browser issue but I didn't note it happening on other sites.
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Re: Cannot go 'back' to "View unanswered posts".

Post by Scott » September 27th, 2013, 1:56 pm

My best guess is that it was just the server being slow again and then when you clicked forum home it reloaded and at that time was working again. Has this happened more than once on the same page?
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